“The Course” respects the confidentiality of the information concerning you and protects your personal data. This Policy (including other documents or policies incorporated or referred to therein each time) describes what kind of personal data we collect about you and how we process it.
Collection and Use of Personal Data
Our website will use the personal data available to its users in accordance with all relevant laws of the European Union (EU) and Greece regarding data protection.
Protecting your personal data is a top priority for us. We respect your right to confidentiality and take precautions to protect your personal data from loss, theft and misuse, as well as from unauthorized access, disclosure, modification and destruction. We place appropriate restrictions on access to personal data and apply appropriate measures and controls to securely store and transfer data. The personal data you submit voluntarily is visible from “The Course”. You are responsible for the personal data you choose to submit in these cases. When your personal data is no longer needed, we delete or destroy it securely.
Personal data we collect from you
We collect your personal data regarding the visits you make to our website, including, for example, traffic data and contact forms. We collect your data in order to make your visit to our website easier.
We collect the data you give us each time you use the contact forms (for example “Contact Us” and “Free Consultation” specifically, name, surname, phone and email address. You are not required by law or contractual obligation to send us your data via the contact form. However, we point out that the fields with an asterisk (*) are required, because this information is necessary for us to respond to your request. The rest of the information you give us through the contact form are completely at your discretion. If you contact us, we will keep a file of our correspondence.
How we use your personal data
We collect and process your personal data for the following purposes:
• to register your wish for information and advice on the studies and career you want to pursue, as well as for the use of the counseling services of “The Course”.
• to ensure that the Content and Services we provide you through our website are presented in the most effective way for you and for your device.
The current legislation allows us to use your personal data, as described above, as:
This is necessary for the purposes of our legitimate interests, as mentioned above and in any case the interests of the data subjects do not prevail over our own legitimate interests, in some cases, this is necessary for our compliance with our obligations. from the law or the applicable regulatory framework, such as notifications to governmental or supervisory authorities.
We do not make automated individual decisions solely on the basis of automated procedures, including profiling, with legal effects for you or in any case, in a way that significantly affects you.
We keep your data for as long as it is required, in order to comply with our obligations under applicable law or the applicable regulatory framework. The length of time for which we keep your data depends on the respective purpose for which we are processing it and on the tools with which this processing is performed. It is not possible to report separately the different periods of data retention under this Policy. According to the criteria we use to determine the time period of data retention, we keep the data for as long as:
• this is necessary for the respective purpose,
• it is necessary for the purposes of our relationship with you,
• you have given us your consent to comply with them, and / or
• it is required by current file legislation
Joint treatment with third parties
In order to process your data efficiently and to serve you better, in some cases we may need to disclose your data to third parties. However, the transfer of your data will be strictly within the framework described below:
To suppliers, partners and stakeholders: We may from time to time cooperate with other legal and natural entities, to whom we assign certain functions on our behalf. Examples include website hosting and / or content maintenance services, or the provision of services related to certain functions of the website, the provision of marketing services in order to be able to respond to your requests (eg when using contact forms). These recipients have strict access only to the data necessary for the performance of the tasks they have undertaken and cannot use for any other purpose. Recipients are required to maintain confidentiality.
In public cases, in the event of our absolute judgment, we have a legal obligation.
Transfer of Personal Data
Your personal data collected by “The Course” may be stored and processed in the European Union or any other country as required. If “The Course” needs to transfer your personal data, it will take all necessary and appropriate measures to ensure that your personal data is transferred securely and in compliance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation. To suppliers, partners and stakeholders: We may from time to time cooperate with other legal and natural entities, to whom we assign certain functions on our behalf. Examples include website hosting and / or content maintenance services, or the provision of services related to certain functions of the website, the provision of marketing services in order to be able to respond to your requests (eg when using contact forms). These recipients have strict access only to the data necessary for the performance of the tasks they have undertaken and cannot use for any other purpose. Recipients are required to maintain confidentiality.
Deletion of personal data
Anyone providing personal data may request to be deleted from the files we hold. For the protection of personal data, anyone who wants their personal data to be deleted will need to send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
What cookies are?
“Cookies” are small text files with information that a website (specifically the web server) stores on a user’s computer without the knowledge of any document or file from the user’s computer. Cookies contain some information, such as the name of a website and some digits and numbers. Each time a user logs in to a website, the latter retrieves that information and provides the user with relevant services. A typical example of such information is the user’s preferences on a website, as stated by the user’s choices on that website (eg selecting specific “buttons”, searches, ads, etc.).
How can I review cookie settings in the browser?
If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may modify your web browser settings to alert you when cookies are sent, to disable all or some of the cookies used by the Website, or to delete cookies that have already been installed on your computer.
What cookies does “The Course” website use?
We collect data about your computer, including, where possible, your IP address, your computer’s operating system, and the type of browser you are using, for purposes of managing the system and sending this data in mass form to our advertisers. These are statistical data on the browsing actions of our users and do not identify individuals.
For the same purposes, we may collect information about the general use of the internet by our users, using cookies stored on your computer. Cookies help us improve our website and provide you with better and more personalized services